Casio CTK 4400 Keyboard

With the CTK-4400, enjoy musical fun with a compact keyboard, making every performance a unique experience. The built-in Hall effect button allows you to do this in an impressive way: At the touch of a button, concert hall reverb can be applied to the sound of the keyboard, adding authenticity when you play. The keyboard also has 61 dynamic touch keys, 180 lively rhythms and 152 songs, as well as 32 registration memories allowing you to store settings such as tempo, tones or rhythms easily.

Lesson Functions:

Step Up Lesson
Provides the support needed to improve your play: break up songs into short phrases, master each of the phrases, and then put everything together.

Lesson part select (right hand, left hand, both hands)

Performance Evaluation
Your lesson score appears on the display screen.

Voice Fingering Guide
If the keyboard senses you are having problems, it will help you by calling out finger numbers in a simulated human voice.

Key Features

600 tones

152 Song bank tunes

180 rhythms with rhythm editor

Recorder and metronome features for lesson support

Auto Harmonize
Adds appropriate harmony notes to your melody automatically

Touch Response
Touch Response lets you add delicate nuances to notes by varying how much pressure you apply.

Virtual Hall
Simulates the acoustic effect of a concert hall

Chord Book
You can use the Chord Book to look up chords you do not know how to play. You can hear what a chord sounds like and a simple operation even shows you inverted forms of the chord, making the Chord Book a valuable reference.

Connecting a music player to the AUDIO IN jack causes the audio from the player to be output through the keyboard's speakers. Of course, you can play along with the audio, which means you can enjoy jamming with your favorite artists.

One Touch Preset 
Automatically sets up the keyboard to match the currently selected rhythm

Versatile expandability
USB Port for computer connection, general MIDI

Sampling function
You can sample a sound from a portable audio player or other device, and then play the sound on the keyboard. You also can use sampled sounds to compose music.